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06-12-2013, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Trl3789 View Post
I bought an Easton RS 85 Iginla today for 40% off. My first time using an Easton (all Bauer before), and while i like it so far, there was a major learning curve. Passes were off, shots weren't even close to where i was trying to put them. Our game was tied 1-1 with about 5 minutes to go so i switched back to my X:60 and things were back to normal. I'm going to have to hit up S&P to try and get used to it.

Edit: And now that i think about it, i'm almost positive its the change in lie. My Bauers are all 6, and the Iginla is a 5.5. Anything i can do about this other than just try and get used to it? I did notice my tape wear on the Easton was more center to toe than heal to center with my Bauers
Different lie, different cut. For a lower lie, you'd need your stick to be taller (correct me if I'm wrong).

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